Supporting Our Fellow Texans Affected by Hurricane Harvey
September 08, 2017
Millions of our fellow Texans have been affected by the deadly Hurricane Harvey that devastated the Southeast region of Texas last week. It was indeed one of the largest natural disasters to make landfall in U.S. history, and relief efforts will be ongoing for years to come.
Despite this catastrophe, we saw millions of Americans come together to contribute whatever they could to let Houstonians and the surrounding area’s citizens know they were not alone. In Texas’ tough times, individuals in communities around the country quickly collected and sent supplies, gave monetary donations or volunteered their time – it was something we were proud to witness.
But more work still needs to be done. That’s why we gathered a list of all the safe ways you can still help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Our Plano location is accepting supply donations to be delivered to those in need in Houston! Please message us on our Facebook page for any inquiries.
6921 Independence Pkwy #100, Plano, TX 75023
Plano office for contact: (972) 739-7025
- Baby wipes
- Feminine hygiene products
- Nonperishable food
- Baby food
- Underwear – in packages
- Socks – in packages
- Cat litter
- Litter boxes
- Pet treats and toys
- Houston Food Bank
- Greater Houston Community Foundation’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund
- Save The Children’s Hurricane Children’s Relief Fund
- American Red Cross’ Harvey Relief Fund
Sign up to volunteer with Voly.org, a website that will place you where you are needed most.
Purchase a one-of-a-kind t-shirt from one of these design shops and 100% of the proceeds generated will go to Hurricane Harvey Relief efforts:
Let’s keep up the good work, Texas!
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